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|m.t.glass: turning south again.. on an upmarket day.
The share price has plunged over 80% in 6 months. It's all very well having an exciting pipeline of ideas and occasional milestone payments, but something needs to reach bigtime fruition soon.|
|orbital123: The 50% drop in share price over a year to 120p was understandable, (and painful). As Agcert became effectively worthless, this has clearly been factored out of the XLT price...
However, I don't see a justification for the further drop in the last few days. It seems to tie in to the AGC announcement, but XLT aren't liable for AGC's trading debts - AGC was already spun out. It's just a matter of market sentiment/loss of trust.
There's a lot of crazy ramping going on in the AGC threads, and I wouldn't touch them at the moment. If I want pump and dump I can look in the spam folder of my mailbox!
However based on the current price of XLT there is huge long-term value from the remaining parts (Tyratech,DxTech,GenXL etc.). Check out the market valuation of their Tyratech holding alone.
I have no idea whats going on inside XLT with the lack of any new info/RNS. I just hope that XLT pull out of the AGC induced stupor and move on.|
|fredling: The update and company day really ignited the share price!
|lbo: AgCert shares fall by almost 20pc
SHARES in Dublin-based carbon trading company AgCert plunged almost 20pc yesterday, after investment house Morgan Stanley declared the stock "overweight".
The company's board of management responded with a statement claiming that there was "no operational reason" for the fall in share price.
Shares in AgCert started yesterday priced at £1.20 on the London Stock Exchange.
Morgan Stanley's morning research note downgraded the stock from "underweight" to "overweight" and set a target price of 70p.
The broker added that it expects AgCert to report higher losses and lower structural profitability in the short term.
The stock immediately began to plunge, and was below 95p before 10am. The management then issued their own statement saying that the fall in share price was not down to operational factors, and that their profit expectations remained unchanged.
AgCert's parent company, XL TechGroup, also issued a statement to bolster the stock.
"AgCert's efficiency levels are, as expected, continuing to show considerable improvement and, as the company expands to new geographies and verticals, we are happy to reiterate that we share AgCert management's confidence about the future," said XL TechGroup chief executive John Scott.
Later in the day the stock rallied somewhat to close at 99p, down almost 20pc on the day's opening price.
AgCert's full-year results for 2006, which are due to be released at the end of March, will be watched with interest.|
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